Universal computer cradle introduced
Gamber-Johnson introduces the new NotePad V universal computer cradle.
Stevens Point, Wis., May 28, 2010—Gamber-Johnson, an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of rugged docking stations and vehicle mounting solutions, has announced the release of a new universal computer cradle, the NotePad V—a rugged mounting cradle for most of the computers currently in the marketplace today. The NotePad V (Item No. 7160-0250) is the next version of universal computer cradles in a long line of industry proven cradles from Gamber-Johnson.
“When the New Notepad V was designed we kept five crucial areas of importance in mind: security, function, safety, aesthetics and installation,” said Tom O’Brien, product manager, Gamber-Johnson. “Using each of the five crucial areas as guidelines we were able to improve upon our current NotePad IV cradle design and still keep the features that had made the NotePad series so popular. In the last 13 years Gamber-Johnson has deployed over 72,000 cradles,” O'Brien said.
The result is a NotePad V universal computer cradle with added: security, special “flanged” side clips that provide superior strength—computers cannot be removed by bending the side clip, new heavy-duty keyed lock that securely closes chassis when activated, and computer that is supported on all sides by strengthened clip design.